Category: Communique

International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Adonis L. Elumbre)

Chapter 6: “Discursive experiments in vernacularizing international studies in the Philippines” authored by Adonis L. Elumbre A normative feature of international studies is its situatedness in nations attempting to understand and engage counterparts in their own region or elsewhere in the world. This epistemic… Continue Reading “International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Adonis L. Elumbre)”

International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Florencia Rubiolo)

Chapter 9: “Political and economic perspectives on diversification in Philippine-South America relations” authored by Florencia Rubiolo Diversification is a foreign policy goal aimed at widening the space for maneuvering in a regional and international environment in which less-developed and small countries are subject to… Continue Reading “International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Florencia Rubiolo)”

International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Archill Niña Faller-Capistrano)

Chapter 13: “Sexploitative human trafficking in, out of, and beyond the Philippines” authored by Archill Niña Faller-Capistrano Understanding and addressing trafficking in persons as a glocal issue tends to highlight a state-centric worldview that entrenches the locus of danger almost exclusively upon the ‘sending’… Continue Reading “International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Archill Niña Faller-Capistrano)”

International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Brian U. Doce)

Chapter 11: “Religious expertise, public theology, and Philippine regime compliance” authored by Brian U. Doce Although religious groups still wield influential power in the Philippine political setting, studies exploring their role in shaping Philippine behavior in international affairs are scarce. Previous research surveying the… Continue Reading “International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Brian U. Doce)”

International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Alan Chong)

Chapter 2: “José Rizal Attacks Imperialism Softly: Comprehending the Depths of Psychological Conversion and the Temptations of Violent Solutions” authored by Alan Chong Much of Asia has yet to come to terms with imperialist legacies. José Rizal’s political thought is an indispensable guide to… Continue Reading “International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Alan Chong)”

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